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Old 09-02-2017, 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by markmcc View Post
I played a course yesterday that had benches placed within 20' of baskets on a couple of holes. These were nice shady spots along a walking path so were good places for a bench, but were also prime basket locations.

This was a multi-use park with walking paths, etc., and it did have the "Flying Discs" signs up. But having benches in close proximity to baskets has got to be confusing to park users...
Stuff like that makes you wonder which came first, the bench or the basket? If the basket was there first, it's probably down to the decision maker in the parks department being ignorant of the course and how it's played. If it was the bench that was there first, it's down to a poor course designer. No amount of warning signs can fix bad course design.
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